One of the most significant benefits of using steel for any building project is how easy it can be to customize your structure. Our process is very hands-on. Each building kit is carefully designed to fit your exact project specifications. We’ve created everything from small “she sheds” to barndominiums, poultry barns to manufacturing facilities. Practically no two metal shed(s) are exactly alike, which tends to shatter people’s expectations of what “prefabricated” truly means. Our building kits aren’t sitting in a factory, waiting for you to call. Each kit is custom made off-site and delivered to you for the most convenient and easy construction you’ll find.
We take pride in getting your exact specifications right the first time, but the best part about using steel is that you can still change things down the line. If your needs change over the life of a project, it’s much easier to renovate or add on to a metal building as compared to organic building materials. So, if you’re thinking about renovating your current metal building, there are plenty of inexpensive ways to make a big impact, increasing your property values and functionality alike.
Our Top 3 Easiest Metal Shed Upgrades
- He Shed, She Shed. A backyard outbuilding with a little extra space could translate into vast possibilities. What once stored a lawnmower and weed eater can easily be transformed into a secret hideaway by creating a new addition. In most cases, it would be difficult to add on to a building without needing demolition work. Wood and concrete would need to be demolished and cleared before the renovation could take place. But with a metal shed, you can remove a single exterior wall without any large-scale demo. And with some necessary construction know-how, there’s no reason why you won’t be able to finish a small project by yourself. No need to hire a contractor – It looks like someone will be adding a man cave to their Christmas list this year.
- Make it cozy. If you didn’t opt for insulated metal panels for the exterior walls of your metal shed from the get-go, that’s alright. Adding insulation after project completion is still very simple and cost-effective. Creating another climate-controlled space on your property is a great way to add value and make your building more livable year-round. With all that new warm and cozy space, you could transform your metal building into a home theater, game room, or just a warm space to work on projects in the winter. Move over, Santa’s workshop.
- Upgrade your storage. The holidays tend to be all about excess. It’s all fun and games putting up the tree, lights, garland, and lawn ornaments like Clark Griswold. That is until you realize that you’ve got to pack it all up and put it away at the end of the season. It might be time to come up with a more organized storage solution than stacking boxes to the ceiling. Built-in shelving and storage closets in your outbuilding can save interior space and keep clutter at bay. And the best part is, come next year, and you won’t have to worry about being crushed by a box of tangled Christmas lights.